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Monkey King!

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Mar 22, 2009 | 2:23 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place March 23, 2009

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We are currently working on a new version of Monkey King! with new power-ups and features that will rock your fingers once more. Please stay tuned and give us as many feedbacks as possible. Any comments, requests of features, and criticisms are welcome.

After a long period of production for an English version release, the Monkey King! is finally out on the Newground. It's been a long time since we release a game here. We would like to thank for everyone who's been supporting us along the way.

Monkey King and Sanzang goes on a journey to take back Sanzang's lottery ticket from the King of Demon Bull. The Demon Bull's minions ambush them. Monkey King, with his mighty Golden Staff, stands against the heat from the deepest valley of hell and smashes evil in its very face.

P = Pause
Space bar=Boom Kill!

The game has Easy and Hard difficulty modes.

Click to kill one enemy at a time and draw lines with the mouse to attack multiple enemies with the stick. The aura around the Monk will only protect you for 3 attacks. When the bottle is full enough, press Spacebar for a Boom Kill, but this uses 1/3 of the bottle and you need to fill up the bottle to draw out the boss!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I liked it a whole lot

But even on easy it was almost impossible to even reach the first boss. My only gripe was that you die too easily and the same meter that indicates when you get boom kill also means when you're going to hit a boss. so if you use it it'll take even more concentration when the more hectic mobs come at ya. Still, liked it lots


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I like the concept of the game.
I'm very bad at it, but I added it to my favorites.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting bit of info...

The Monkey King's name was Sun Wukong... It was a decent game.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Wasn't bad, but a little difficult to see enemies with so many things on the screen, such as the hovering leaves. Perhaps this was on purpose, but it made it tough to play for me.

The game style was something I'm unfamiliar with, so it's nice to see something new. I enjoyed the little opening sequence more than I enjoyed the game, however.

Neat, but not the game for me...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just to Tell You the Truth,

Dragonball Z is actually based off of the chinese-tale of the Monkey King. It all started with a monkey who would travel around with his handy friends, the pig and the sage and they would go around vanquishing demons all in the name of Buddha. He also carried a staff as a weapon. Dragonball Z represents the same essence with the saiyans having the characteristics of the monkeys and Goku wielding a staff as well with the anime included of course~.